Former president Goodluck Jonathan has said he won’t speak on the N2.1 billion arms deal probe saga and trial of some people in his government because, whatever he says would affect the ongoing investigation by President Muhammadu Buhari’s administration.
He also declared that his administration never negotiated with Boko Haram as is being bandied by some people.
Speaking in Geneva, Switzerland yesterday at a media interaction organised by the Geneva Press Club, Jonathan said as a former president, who laboured to build institutions, it will be out of place for him to do anything that would undermine government and processes.
He also said speaking on the arms purchase probe of the President Buhari-led administration would amount to subjudice as well as jeopardise the processes already instituted. He, however, said at the appropriate time, he would address all the issues being raised about the issue.